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ARRL Rookie Roundup SSB 2013 April 21st, 2013.
#1
http://www.arrl.org/rookie-roundup

Has anyone participated in this in previous years? If I am reading this correctly, any Licensed Amateur can broadcast on HF as long as there is a General Class Control operator?
Jason Petorak
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#2
You don't even have to be a licensed operator. A control operator can allow anyone to use their station under their operator's privileges. They have to be close enough to supervise the operation, though.

And also note that the operative verb would be "transmit." "Broadcasting" by amateurs is generally not allowed.
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#3
Sorry, I've learned that words can be everything here.. should have said 'transmit'.
Jason Petorak
K7JLP
ARRL Member since 2013
Valley Radio Club Member since 2012
------
Blog: Amateur Radio, K7JLP
Gear:
  • Wouxun KG-UVD1P Dual Band Tranciever
  • Baofeng UV-5R Tranciever
  • Tram 1185 Amateur Dual-Band Magnet Antenna
  • 'K7ELI- Special' jPole (2m/70cm) Thanks Eli!
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#4
Lol thats the lawyer in Jeremy!! But he was right..
Those who plan and prepare, endure the weather!!
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